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Mastering JavaServer Faces 2.2 Paperback – June 25, 2014
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Anghel Leonard is a senior Java developer with more than 13 years of experience in Java SE, Java EE, and related frameworks. He has written and published more than 50 articles about Java technologies and more than 500 tips and tricks for many websites that are dedicated to programming. In addition, he has written the following books: • Tehnologii XML XML in Java, Albastra • Jboss Tools 3 Developer's Guide, Packt Publishing • JSF 2.0 Cookbook, Packt Publishing • JSF 2.0 Cookbook: LITE, Packt Publishing • Pro Java 7 NIO.2, Apress • Pro Hibernate and MongoDB, Apress Currently, Anghel is developing web applications using the latest Java technologies on the market (EJB 3.0, CDI, Spring, JSF, Struts, Hibernate, and so on). Over the past two years, he's focused on developing rich Internet applications for geographic information systems.
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On the top of it, the language level of this book is very pleasant. When used as a reference guide, information can be found quite easily without getting lost in long paragraphs of useless text. Also, there are code samples to be found everywhere.
Other advanced topics will show you how to embed images within an input frame box; or changing color of input box if you click your mouse in a text box. I'm currently half way through the book. I feel I have found the secret book that contains the secret code snippets that the advanced programmers out there are using.
Overall I find this book a great reference and worth reading twice or trice. Very pleased with my purchase.
I don't know why you would want to concern yourself with any of the things in this book. Why would you want to use EL? Why would you want to spend several pages on how to reference values in classes with EL? There are lots of little tricks and I am sure the author is very clever, but I don't know enough about the subject to recognize that. The book at my stage of development with JSF, beginner, is pretty useless.
Another whole chapter explains lifespans and use in java beans. What is that for and why would it be necessary?
So I am keeping the book because one day it will probably be a good reference or cookbook for some real internal goings-on in JSF. When I want to write my own EL resolver (whatever and why-ever that is) I will definitely re-look at the example in the book.
But beginners? I have been using a JSF-based GUI from a major player in java software (hint hint) and I wanted to understand what was happening under the covers. Since that technology is based on JSF, Tinidad, etc. I wanted to get down to the code to find out how it works and is put together to create useful business objects.
You won't find that in this book.